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MSCA In The Community
The Maryland Summer Center for the Arts shares and supports SU’s commitment to the community and has forged strong partnerships with area organizations and businesses. Collaborating since 2001, MSCA and the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council have co-sponsored five major performances in Holloway Hall, bringing thousands of patrons to campus. Summer 2006 featured the artistry of internationally known violist Miles Hoffman.
Each year Salisbury’s Barnes and Noble Booksellers sponsors MSCA’s orchestra and musical theatre students at in-store events. In 2007, acting students will expand this outreach effort by offering storytelling experience in the children’s literature area of the store. Off the peninsula, students have been featured at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Inner Harbor, the Maryland Institute College of Art and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
“MSCA has been an incredible experience. I never thought I would have had so much fun. Not only did I try new techniques and create artwork, but also I made new friends. I was stunned to meet many other great artists who shared the same interest as me. Through MSCA I was able to ‘open up’ and do new things. I’ve never had so much fun in two weeks!”
Kyle